Just for the heck of it, give me your rankings in the comments as far as you want to go. As soon as they are officially available in a format we can use, I will update this post with more information.
For the record, I think this is a publicity stunt done to somehow legitimize the CFB Playoff that will only make things worse, not better.
UPDATE: Baylor is #13, third in the Big 12 behind #7 TCU (who we beat) and #9 KSU (who we have yet to play). The SEC has 4 of the Top 6 because of course, and somehow Ole Miss made it in despite their loss this past weekend.
A lot of talk about importance of head-to-head results in CFP rankings previously. Interesting.— Heath Nielsen (@HeathNielsen) October 28, 2014
Only goes so far, I guess. The full rankings:
|Rank||Team||Conference||Toughest opponent left (per F/+)||If the season ended today ...|
|1||Mississippi State||SEC||Ole Miss||Sugar Bowl vs. Ole Miss|
|2||Florida State||ACC||Louisville||Rose Bowl vs. Auburn|
|3||Auburn||SEC||Ole Miss||Rose Bowl vs. Florida State|
|4||Ole Miss||SEC||Auburn||Sugar Bowl vs. Mississippi State|
|5||Oregon||Pac-12||Stanford||New Year's bowl|
|7||TCU||Big 12||Kansas State||New Year's bowl|
|8||Michigan State||Big Ten||Ohio State||New Year's bowl|
|9||Kansas State||Big 12||TCU||New Year's bowl|
|10||Notre Dame||Independent||Louisville||New Year's bowl|
|14||Arizona State||Pac-12||Notre Dame|
|16||Ohio State||Big Ten||Michigan State|
|20||West Virginia||Big 12||TCU|
|21||Clemson||ACC||Georgia Tech||Orange Bowl*|
|23||East Carolina||American||UCF||New Year's bowl*|